I realize this happens in basically all animals in the world, I had not seen a dart frog example of it. Just wanted to share.There have been plenty of different frogs that albinism has been documented in, including: R. Reticulata, r. Ventrimaculatus, r. Lamasi from what i remember of the top of my head
Albinos are more prone to blindness in every creature. So it's possible they don't have full sight every animal will vary but it is a genetic deformity, it would also have a part in the shorter life span.I just said the same thing to my wife! I wonder what the impact is on the frog's captive survivorship? Does this frog have as good of eyesight as non-albinos, etc?